Florida Career College Catalog Addendum. Amendment to the 2014 School Catalog

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1 Florida Career College Catalog Addendum Amendment to the 2014 School Catalog This bulletin is an integral part of the College s Academic Catalog. The purpose of this bulletin is to amend current information or include additional information in the catalog. The information published herein is effective 8/4/2014. P.4: Replace the following under Statement of Legal Control and Board of Directors: David Knobel, President and Chief Executive Office with Sean Harding, Interim Chief Executive Officer P.4: Remove the following under Statement of Legal Control and Board of Directors: Neal Yawn, Chief Operations Officer P.4: Add the following under Licensure Florida Career Colleges currently operates under a provisional license. P.4: Under Facilities replace the paragraph for the Brandon campus with The Tampa campus (previously referred to as the Brandon campus) is located at 9950 Princess Palm Avenue, Suite 100, Tampa, FL The 42,000 square-foot facility is conveniently near the intersection of Princess Palm Avenue and N. Falkenburg Road. P. 4: Replace the Statement of Legal Control and Board of Directors with the following: Florida Career College is owned and controlled by Education Training Corporation, A Florida Corporation. The officers the corporation are, Sean Harding Interim Chief Executive Officer, Jeffrey Pierne, Chief Financial Officer and Dean Bartness, Chief Compliance Officer,. The corporate officers are located at 1000 Corporate Drive, Suite 500, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33334, and may be reached at (954) P. 6: Add the following new section ONLINE PROGRAMS Many of our courses are well-suited for online delivery. The coursework is transmitted via the Internet and can be accessed via any computer with Internet access and a web browser. The online, asynchronous (not live broadcast) delivery method enables the student to learn on their own time, within a prescribed time schedule in one-week increments. The student has access to the Online Classroom 24 hours a day in our Learning Management System (LMS) which houses the courseware, discussion forums, exams, activities and other important information. The Course Discussion Forum area simulates the class discussion environment; it has relevant questions asked by the instructor and/or by other students. This section allows for interactivity among students and the instructor. Posted questions and answers will allow for facilitated classroom interaction. Students will interact with the course material via exercises related to the subject matter. This interaction is considered Hands-on and is delivered through an Internet-based, multimedia program. Online courses utilize multimedia technologies in audio, graphics, animation, and interactivity to deliver a rich learning experience for the student. The asynchronous delivery method is built around a user-friendly interface that clearly defines the students learning path and objectives. Page 1 of 49

2 Required Student Resources Online Courses Our e-learning courses are compatible with most PCs. The student must have access to the latest version of Internet Explorer or Firefox browser. The student will also need the latest version of Flash plug-in, which may be easily downloaded (at no additional cost) from the Internet. At least a 56K modem connection to the Internet is required, but cable or DSL is highly recommended. Speakers are required and are beneficial for learning. It is also mandatory for students to have anti-virus software on their primary computer, to avoid computer malfunctions that could potentially hinder their online education. If the applicant is uncertain as to his system s configuration or its compatibility with the College s Online courses, the Student Success Coordinator will assist in determining his computer specifications. P. 7: Replace the following under # 3. Subsidized Federal Student Loans: 1.051% to 1.072% P. 8: Replace the following under # 4. Unsubsidized Federal Student Loans: 1.051% to 1.072% P. 8: Replace the following under # 5. Federal Student Plus Loans: 4.204% to 4.288% P. 11: Replace the FCC Online Reenrollment Scholarship policy with the following: FCC Online Reenrollment Scholarship The FCC Online Reenrollment Scholarship is a merit scholarship based on academic achievement. The Scholarship is awarded to graduates from a Florida Career College program, who subsequently reenrolls in an online program. Eligible graduates must meet the following criteria at the time of graduation from their program: GPA of 2.67 or higher Graduate from a program from Florida Career College Pursue an online program at FCC Maximum Scholarship Amount: $5,000 The Scholarship will be awarded in equal disbursements for the remainder of the quarters in the new program. The Scholarship should not exceed more than $5,000 for the entire program. P. 17: Replace 9 th paragraph under Transfer of Credits with If a graduate of Florida Career College chooses to enroll in a new program at the College, the College will transfer applicable credits to another program. The acceptable transfer of credits will reduce the total credits required for program completion and affect the maximum time frame and GPA. Credits attempted in the previous program will be calculated in the program completion percentage of the new program. All grades in the previous program will be replaced with TRA and not calculated in the new program GPA. P. 19: Remove the Cosmetology Grading Scale Page 2 of 49

3 P. 16: To revise the 3 rd paragraph under Quarter and Semester Credit Hours Drop/ Add Courses 3 rd paragraph replace the entire paragraph Students in the school of Cosmetology programs may not drop or add courses once the module begins. The student will be withdrawn from the program if the student cannot take the course offered. P. 22: Add after the Fee s Chart: Nursing Fees Nursing ID Course # & Version Course Name Credits Hours Sequence Lab Fees 4586 S01001 v.0 Introduction to Sociology 4590 EN1011 v.0 English Composit ion I 4591 MA1010 v.0 College Algebra COM110 v.0 Intro to Computers PD1001 v.0 Growth and Development 4594 BC1085 v.0 Anatomy and Physiology I 4595 BC1086 v.0 Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 4595 BC1086 v.0 Anatomy and Physiology II 4597 BC2086 v.0 Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 4598 CH1030 v.0 Intro to General Chemistry 4599 CH1034 v.0 Chemistry Lab MB2010 v.0 Microbiology MB2011 v.0 Microbiology Lab 4606 NUR130 v.0 Pharmacology Math 4605 NUR115 v.0 Adult Health Assessment 4602 NUR110 v.0 Nursing Fundamentals 4604 NUR120 v. 0 Nursing Page 3 of 49

4 Fundamentals Clinical I 4603 NUR 111 v.0 Nursing NUR160 v.0 Fundamentals I Lab Medical / Surgical Nursing I 4609 NUR163 v.0 Medical / Surgical Nursing I Clinical 4608 NUR161 v.0 Medical / Surgical Nursing I Lab 4610 NUR168 v.0 Pharmacology NUR170 v.0 Nursing Care for Women 4612 NUR171 v.0 Nursing Care for Women Clinical 4613 NUR180 v.0 Pediatric Nursing 4614 NUR181 v.0 Pediatric Nursing Clinical 4615 NUR200 v.0 Nursing Care for Psychiatric Patient 4616 NUR201 v.0 Nursing Care for Psychiatric Patient Clinical 4617 NUR231 v.0 Advanced Medical / Surgical Nursing I 4618 NUR231 v.0 Advanced Medical / Surgical Nursing II Clinical 4619 NUR220 v.0 Nursing Issues and Trends NUR285 v.0 Leadership Seminar / Nursing Preceptorship P. 23: Replace the following sections a, b and e under Admissions Requirements # 1 with the Page 4 of 49

5 following: 1. Possess a Standard High School Diploma, High School Equivalency (GED), foreign high school credential,* or have an associate's degree or higher from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. P. 23: Add the following under General Admissions Requirements: *Students who possess a foreign high school credential must provide the College with a copy of the proof of their credential before the end of the first module for the College to determine if the credential provided is equivalent to a U.S. High School Diploma. The College will evaluate the credential using American Association of Collegiate Registrar and Admissions Officers (AACROA) criteria. Alternatively, students can provide a copy of their translated and evaluated foreign credential issued by a NACES approved agency to document equivalency. P.22: Replace the program cost under the Tuition and Fees Chart for the following 3 programs Program Name Quarter Credit/Clock Hours Tuition Books and Supplies (Estimated) Registration Fee Total Cost Business Administration-AS 90 $33,750 $4,000 $100 $37,850 Certification/License - fees paid by FCC* Business Administration-BS 180 $67,500 $6,000 $100 $73,600 Information Technology-AS 90 $33,750 $4,000 $100 $37,850 Security +, CCNA and Ethical Hacking P. 22: Add the following to the Tuition and Fees Chart on page 22 Program Name Quarter Credit/Clock Hours Tuition Books and Supplies (Estimated) Limited Scope X-Ray Technician Registration Fee Total Cost 43 $19,135 $2,362 $100 $21,597 Certification/License - fees paid by FCC* Pharmacy Technician 35 $14,700 $2,006 $100 $16,806 Page 5 of 49

6 P. 26: Replace Program Chart on page 26 with School of Allied Health FCC-Boynton Beach FCC-Tampa FCC-Clearwater FCC-Hialeah FCC-Jacksonville FCC-Kendall FCC-Lauderdale Lakes FCC-Margate FCC-Miami FCC-Pembroke Pines FCC-West Palm Beach FCC-Anthem College-Orlando Patient Care Technician DP X X X X X X X X X X X X Medical Assistant Technician DP X X X X X X X X X X X X Medical Front Office & Billing DP X X X X X X X X X X X X Health Services Administration AS X X X X X X X X X X X X Pharmacy Technician DP X X X X X X X X X X Limited Scope X-Ray Technician DP X X X X X School of Cosmetology Cosmetology DP X X X X X X X Barbering DP Skin Care Specialist DP X Skin and Nail Care Specialist DP X School of Technical Trades Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)-Residential School of Information Technology DP X X X X X X X X X Information Technology AS X X X X X X X X X X Computer and Network Technician DP X X X X X X X X X X X X School of Business Business Administration AS X X X X X X X Business Administration BS X X X X School of Nursing Nursing AS X X X X X LPN to RN AS P. 29: Add the following: The Limited Scope X-RAY Technician Diploma The Limited Scope X-ray Technician plays an important role as a member of the health care team in a Physician office or clinic. Theory and practical application in the fundamentals of anatomy and physiology are taught as well as an introduction to specific disease processes and trauma which affect the various body systems, with emphasis placed on the respiratory and skeletal systems. Students are certified to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and HIPAA Certified. The responsibilities of an Limited Scope X-ray Technician may include: Radiographic positioning of the Chest, Upper and lower Extremity, Spine, Skull, Facial Bones, and Paranasal Sinuses. Students are also taught back office skills such as venipuncture, medication administration, injections, electrocardiography, Page 6 of 49

7 certain CLIA waived labs, Digital Image processing and X ray film processing. Program Requirements: 11 courses, 43 Quarter Credits, and 46 weeks. Program Outline by Term (Students take one class at a time): Concentration Courses Credits AH1020 Electrocardiography and Diagnostic Imaging 4.0 AH1100 Medical Front Office Procedures 4.0 XR1120 Medical Lab Procedures 3.0 XR1140 Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning - Upper Extremity 3.0 XR1150 Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning - Lower Extremity 3.0 XR1210 Radiation Biology and Protection 5.0 XR1220 Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning - Chest & Skull 3.0 XR1230 Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning - Spine 3.0 XR1240 Radiographic Image Acquisition and Evaluation 5.0 XR1250 Radiographic Image Evaluation and Licensure Prep 4.0 XR2050 Externship total weeks 43 total credits P. 29: Add the following: Pharmacy Technician Program Diploma A Diploma as a Pharmacy Technician gives students a solid foundation of pharmacy fundamentals and terminology. Students of this program will get hands-on practice in multiple pharmacy areas such as hospital, retail, compounding, mail-order, and long-term care. Topics such as professionalism, state and federal law, and ethical issues will also be covered. Graduates of this program are prepared to seek entry-level employment in a variety of pharmacy settings. Program Requirements: 8 courses, 35 Quarter Credits, and 32 weeks. Program Outline by Term (Students take one class at a time): Concentration Courses Credits AH1010 Introduction to Allied Health 5 PTN110 Foundation and Pharmaceutical Calculations 4 PTN120 Community Pharmacy Practice 4 AH1115 Pharmacology & Drug Administration 4 PTN140 Institutional and Advanced Pharmacy Practice 4 Page 7 of 49

8 PTN160 Medication Therapy 4 PTN210 Certification Review 4 PTN220 Externship 6 32 total weeks 35 total credits 46 total 43 total credits P. 31: Replace the following sentence: Failure of the HESI A2 a second time will result in the student being dropped from the nursing program under HESI A2 with the following: A 3 rd HESI A2 attempt is permitted 3 months after the 2 nd failed attempt. P. 31: Replace item #4 under Admissions Requirements with the following: 4. Proof of Graduation only one of the following are acceptable: Official high school transcript Official G.E.D. test score Official Degrees from outside the United States must be translated into English and evaluated by an approved agency and notarized. P. 32: Update first sentence under Transfer Between System Campuses: Students wishing to transfer from one campus to another must complete a new enrollment agreement and meet all current admission requirements. P. 32: Remove the paragraph under Nursing Grading Scale and Progression that begins with the following: For all School of Nursing courses, the non-objective grade is not added. P. 32 Add the following to the end of the list in the third column Boynton Beach Campus is no longer enrolling students to the Associate of Science Degree in Nursing. Let me know if you have any questions about this request. P. 36 Replace the last sentence under the first paragraph of Service Requirements to: Refer to the Testing for License section for the minimum services required for licensure. P. 38: Remove the following under General Information Regarding Certification: No sooner than at the end of course HVC 116, students will be given the opportunity to take each of the above referenced certification exams. P. 38: Remove the following sentence under Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Program (HVAC) Achieving EPA 608 certification is a program completion requirement. P. 39: Update the first word of the 4 th paragraph of Certifications and Program Completion Requirements: From Hydrochlorofluorocarbons to Hydrofluorocarbons P. 39: Update all mention of HCFC in the 4 th paragraph of Certifications and Program Completion Requirements: Page 8 of 49

9 From HCFC to HFC P. 39: Update all mention of CFC in the 4 th paragraph of Certifications and Program Completion Requirements: From CFC to HCFC P. 41: Add cover page School of Business P. 41: Add the following program outline Business Administration Associate of Science Degree The Associate of Science Degree Program in Business Administration provides students the opportunity to broaden their business knowledge by attaining an associate degree. The degree is designed to equip students with the knowledge and entry-level skills for employment in the business environment. The program is balanced on a theoretical and practical framework and enables students to evaluate general business issues and focuses on problem solving in the workplace. Students will learn the conceptual and practical skills needed to enter the workforce. Upon completion of this degree graduates are prepared to seek entry-level business and supervisory positions in various fields. Concentration Courses Credits BA1010 Introduction to Business 4 BA1100 Professional Development 4 IT1100 Computer Applications 4 AC1010 Fundamentals of Accounting 4 BA1030 Principles of Finance 4 BA2010 Marketing Principles and Applications 4 BA2050 Business Law 5 Electives / Specialization Courses Credits General Education Courses 25 Credits Students must complete a minimum of 25 credits of general education through a combination of coursework and/or transfer credit. Student must fulfill general education requirements as follows: English Composition... 5 credits Speech... 5 credits Math... 5 credits Science... 5 credits Humanities or Social Sciences credits Concentration Electives / Specialization Courses 36 Credits Students must complete a minimum of 36 concentration elective credits through a combination of coursework and/or transfer (Includes courses such as Accounting, Business Administration, Communication, Economics, Finance, Healthcare Administration/Management, Human Resources, Information Technology/Computer Science, Law/Criminal Justice, Leadership, Management, Marketing, and Public Administration). Students wishing to have a formally recognized Specialization may complete or transfer the requirements from the following tracks. 21 Months Minimum 90 Credits Specialization Tracks Management Track Concentration Courses Credits IT1040 Electronic Spreadsheets 4 IT2010 Business Information Technology 4 BA2110 Principles of Management 4 BA2170 Developing and Managing Teams 4 BA1210 Human Resource Management 4 BA2280 Change Management 4 AC3200 Accounting for Managers 4 BA1020 Project Management 4 BA2990 Capstone Project 4 36 CREDITS Accounting Track Concentration Courses Credits AC1020 Financial Accounting I 4 AC1030 Financial Accounting II 4 AC1035 Financial Accounting III 4 AC1040 Payroll Accounting 4 AC1050 Tax Accounting 4 AC1060 Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable 4 AC1070 Accounting Cycle 4 AC2110 Accounting Information Systems 4 AC2210 Accounting Professional Practice 4 36 CREDITS Healthcare Management Track Concentration Courses Credits AH1010 Introduction to Allied Health OR Elective Substitution 5 AH1100 Medical Front Office Procedures OR Elective Substitution 4 HSA200 Health Information Technology & Management 4 HSA210 Healthcare Delivery in the United States 5 HSA230 Essentials of Healthcare Compliance 5 HSA240 Healthcare Management and Administration 4 HSA250 Healthcare Customer Relations and Outcomes 4 HSA2990 Capstone Project 5 36 CREDITS Human Resource Management Track Concentration Courses Credits HRM125 Staffing: Recruitment and Selection 4 HRM150 Employment Law 4 HRM180 Compensation and Benefits 4 BA2110 Principles of Management 4 BA2170 Developing and Managing Teams 4 BA2280 Change Management 4 HRM205 Training and Development 4 HRM225 HR Information Systems 4 HRM295 Strategic HR Management 4 36 CREDITS P. 41: Add the following program outline Business Administration Bachelor of Science Degree The Bachelor of Science Degree Program in Business Administration provides students with the development of appropriate business skills, marketing research, and decision making abilities. This degree is grounded in a theoretical Page 9 of 49

10 framework derived from the social, behavioral, managerial, and informational sciences. Students will learn the conceptual and practical skills needed to help businesses and organizations capitalize on a strategic advantage. This program enables the student to evaluate potential business advantages in relation to other aspects of the organization, such as employees, customers, suppliers, and society at large. Upon completion of this degree graduates are prepared to seek employment and/or advancement into supervisory or management positions in their chosen fields. Concentration Courses Credits BA1010 Introduction to Business 4 AC1010 Fundamentals of Accounting 4 BA1100 Professional Development 4 IT1100 Computer Applications 4 BA1020 Project Management 4 BA1030 Principles of Finance 4 IT2010 Business Information Technology 4 BA2010 Marketing Principles and Applications 4 BA2050 Business Law 5 BA2110 Principles of Management 4 BA2280 Change Management 4 BA3352 Diversity in the Workplace 4 BA4465 Leadership 4 BA4471 International Business and Global Management 4 BA4475 Foundations of a Business Plan 4 Electives / Specialization Courses Credits General Education Courses 55 Credits Students must complete a minimum of 55 credits of general education through a combination of coursework and/or transfer credit. Student must fulfill general education requirements as follows: Speech... 5 credits English Composition credits Math credits Humanities... 5 to 15 credits Science... 5 to 15 credits Social Sciences... 5 to 15 credits Concentration Electives / Specialization Courses 64 Credits Students must complete a minimum of 64 concentration elective credits through a combination of coursework and/or transfer (Includes courses such as Accounting, Business Administration, Communication, Economics, Finance, Healthcare Administration/Management, Human Resources, Information Technology/Computer Science, Law/Criminal Justice, Leadership, Management, Marketing, and Public Administration). Students wishing to have a formally recognized Specialization may complete or transfer the requirements from the following tracks. 42 Months Minimum 180 Credits Specialization Tracks Management Track Concentration Courses Credits BA1210 Human Resource Management 4 BA2170 Developing and Managing Teams 4 AC3200 Accounting for Managers 4 BA3255 Macroeconomics 4 BA3257 Microeconomics 4 BA3259 Business Communications 4 BA3365 Legal Environment of Business 4 BA3356 Customer Service Management 4 BA3362 E-Commerce 4 BA4306 Marketing Research and Management 4 BA4435 Strategic Management and Decision Making 4 BA4484 Entrepreneurship 4 Electives 12 BA4990 Capstone Project 4 64 CREDITS Accounting Track Concentration Courses Credits IT1040 Electronic Spreadsheets 4 AC1020 Financial Accounting I 4 AC1030 Financial Accounting II 4 AC1035 Financial Accounting III 4 AC1040 Payroll Accounting 4 AC1050 Federal Tax Accounting I 4 AC1060 Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable 4 AC1070 Accounting Cycle 4 AC2110 Accounting Information Systems 4 AC2210 Accounting Professional Practice 4 AC2220 Financial Accounting IV 4 AC4324 Federal Tax Accounting II 4 AC4350 Principles of Auditing 4 AC4353 Advanced Auditing 4 AC4355 Cost Accounting I 4 AC4356 Cost Accounting II 4 64 CREDITS Healthcare Management Track Concentration Courses Credits AH1010 Introduction to Allied Health OR Elective Substitution 5 AH1100 Medical Front Office Procedures OR Elective Substitution 4 BA1210 Human Resource Management 4 HSA200 Health Information Technology & Management 4 HSA210 Healthcare Delivery in the United States 5 HSA230 Essentials of Healthcare Compliance 5 HSA240 Healthcare Management and Administration 5 HSA250 Healthcare Customer Relations and Outcomes 4 HSA323 Healthcare Finance 4 HSA325 Risk Management in Healthcare Settings 4 HSA434 Community and Public Health 4 HSA449 Current Health Care Trends & Issues 4 Electives 8 BA4990 Capstone Project 4 64 CREDITS Human Resource Management Track Concentration Courses Credits BA1210 Human Resource Management 4 HRM125 Staffing: Recruitment and Selection 4 HRM150 Employment Law 4 HRM180 Compensation and Benefits 4 HRM205 Training and Development 4 HRM225 HR Information Systems 4 HRM295 Strategic HR Management 4 BA2170 Developing and Managing Teams 4 BA3259 Business Communications 4 BA3365 Legal Environment of Business 4 BA3356 Customer Service Management 4 PLA410 Labor Relations 4 PLA430 Alternative Dispute Resolution 4 Electives 8 BA4990 Capstone Project 4 64 CREDITS Public Administration Concentration Courses Credits PUB130 Public Policy and Administration 4 PUB180 Public Administration 4 PUB240 Values and Ethics in Public Administration 4 PUB270 Public Sector Human Resources 4 BA2170 Developing and Managing Teams 4 AC3200 Accounting for Managers 4 BA3365 Legal Environment of Business 4 BA3356 Customer Service Management 4 PUB380 Public Budgeting and Finance 4 PUB410 Public Sector Productivity Improvements 4 PUB420 Public Safety Administration 4 BA4435 Strategic Management and Decision Making 4 Electives 12 BA4990 Capstone Project 4 64 CREDITS Page 10 of 49

11 P : Add the following course descriptions AC1020 Financial Accounting I Nature of accounting from basic principles of accrual, accounting through basic financial statement preparation for measurement of income and equity; analysis and recording of financial transactions. Prerequisite None. Credits 4 AC1030 Financial Accounting II Theory and practice of accounting for inventory valuation; depreciation of property, plant, and equipment; and intangible assets. Also, students will learn preparation of financial statements for decision making. Prerequisites AC1020. Credits 4 AC1040 Payroll Accounting Study of personnel and payroll record requirements, Fair Labor Standards Act, Social Security Act and other last affecting payroll; preparation of payroll tax reports; introduction and practical application of a computer-based payroll system. Perquisites None. Credits 4 AC1050 Federal Tax Accounting I This course will teach fundamental income tax concepts. Students will learn how to prepare a basic individual income tax return, using a tax preparation software application. The course will also cover sales and property taxes and teach students how to calculate payroll taxes. It will also discuss how taxes can impact business decisions. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 AC2210- Accounting Professional Practice: This course will expose the student to the various career paths available to graduates of the program. Students will acquire a working knowledge of the professional standards applicable to practicing accountants and the fiduciary responsibilities accountants owe to their clients. The course will also explore the ethical expectations the public has of accountants. Prerequisites: None. Credits 4. AC2220 Financial Accounting IV Theory and practice of accounting for cash receivables, tangible and intangible assets, and investments. Prerequisites AC Credits 4 AH1100 Medical Front Office Procedures This course is an introduction to the administrative functions of the medical office or clinic with emphasis on written and oral communication with an emphasis on scheduling, medical records, documentation and filing. Telephone techniques, etiquette and management/human resource skills will also be explored. Intro to Basic Coding, banking, A/P, Health Insurance, Electronic Health Records. Prerequisite None. 4 Credits AH1110 Human Disease This course is a study of the human body s diseases and disorders, including signs and symptoms, physical manifestations, anatomical abnormalities, etiology, diagnosis and treatment Prerequisite None. 4 Credits AH1020 Electrocardiography and Diagnostic Imaging This course provides instruction in the performance of electrocardiograms and diagnostic imaging procedures in the physician s office. Emphasis is placed on preparing patients and informing them of the procedures. The student will perform multichannel/automatic electrocardiography, mount and ECG tracing and identify artifacts. The course will also introduce students to the concepts surrounding radiology and diagnostic imaging. Students will become aware of the three types of radiology and their uses in the ambulatory care setting. Student will be instructed in Radiation safety.4 Credits. Prerequisite for MAT: AH1110, MT1145, AH1100, AH1010. Prerequisite for PCT: AH1010, PCT120. AH1115 Pharmacology and Drug Administration Page 11 of 49

12 This course is an introduction to the principles of pharmacology, with a comprehensive study of drug action, routes of administration, classes of drugs by body system, dosage calculations, prescription writing, biopharmaceutics, abbreviations and systems of measurement. Pharmacology for disorders affecting multi-body systems and specific populations, vitamins and minerals in the body will be covered. Electronic Medical Records. Prerequisite for MAT: AH1010, AH1110, AH1100, MT1145. Prerequisite for PTN: AH1010, PTN115 (On line). 4 Credits HSA323 Healthcare Finance The course introduces students to the fundamentals of healthcare finance. Students will explore elements and process of financial decision-making in a healthcare organization. Students will also learn the key concepts of financial management, general principles of accounting, and financial statements through case studies. Prerequisites: None. Credits 4 HSA325 Risk Management in Healthcare Settings This course introduces students to the fundamentals of risk management in health care. Students will learn general risk management strategies including liability reduction and process improvement. Ethical issues and strategies for specific risk areas will also be covered. Prerequisites: None. Credits 5 HSA 434 Community and Public Health This course addresses the policy making, ethics, and regulations relating to public health. Students will study the cultural, professional, and scientific elements that impact public health as well as the role of primary care and public health in providing preventative services. The concept of management theory within public health is also discussed. Prerequisite: None. Credits 4 HSA 449 Current Health Care Trends and Issues This course addresses controversial issues in health and society requiring the student to think critically regarding current trends and issues. Health insurance, rationed health care, political protection for insurance industry, and cloning are among the topics that are explored during this course. Students will focus on their future roles in the trends and issues that affect the health care system. Prerequisite: None. Credits 4 PTN110 Foundation of Pharmaceutical Care This course introduces the students to the fundamentals of pharmaceutical care and the field of pharmacy technology. Students learn the historical evolution of pharmacy and its role in the practice of pharmacy today. The profession of the pharmacy technician will addressed, including educational requirements, licensing and registration, national certification, continuing education, professional characteristics as well as job opportunities. Federal and state laws, workplace safety laws, and medication errors will also be covered. Students will also be introduced to the organization of the retail pharmacy. The students process prescriptions, review retail pharmacy technician roles and responsibilities and practice workflow in a clinical retail pharmacy rotation. Third-party billing, financial management and inventory control are discussed. Students will also perform extemporaneous compounding, demonstrating proper technique. Pre-requisite None. Credits 4 PTN120 Pharmaceutical Calculations This course explains pharmaceutical calculations using various pharmacy methods. Students refresh basic mathematical knowledge and learn pharmacy math for the preparation of enteral and parenteral drug dosages. Pharmacy operations math, pediatric dosages and metric conversions are covered in detail. Interpretation of prescriptions and drug labels are also explained. Pre-requisite AH 1010, PTN 110. Credits 4 PTN 140 Institutional and Advanced Pharmacy Practice This course introduces the students to the organization of the hospital pharmacy. Students will perform sterile compounding, demonstrating aseptic techniques in the laminar airflow hood. Hospital equipment, garments, gowning, supplies and procedures will be covered in detail. Hospital inventory control and unit dose packaging will also be discussed. The advanced pharmaceutical areas of long-term care, home infusion, internet, central fill, mail order, hospice, and nuclear pharmacy will be discussed. Pre-requisite AH 1010, PTN 110. Credits 4 Page 12 of 49

13 IT1000 Introduction to Information Technology Provides an introduction to information systems for business students. Focus is on preparing managers to use and manage information technology by introducing students to application software, computer peripherals, telecommunications, networks and electronic commerce. Security, societal and ethical challenges of information technology are also considered. 5 Credits. Pre-requisite: None. PTN160 Medication Therapy This course introduces the students to the common disorders of the cardiovascular system and the most effective agents used in treatment of each disorder. Treatments for bacterial and viral infections as well as infections specific to the eyes and ears will be covered. Drug therapy for allergies and respiratory disorders, gastrointestinal and endocrine gland disorders, and the hormones of the reproductive system and contraceptives will be covered. Students will also learn the basic processes of the urinary system and the mechanisms of actions of diuretics. Medication therapies for treating sleep disorders, ADHD, schizophrenia, and various psychoses are discussed. Students will be introduced to vaccines and other immune system therapies. Prerequisites AH 1010, PTN 110. Credits 4 PTN210 Certification Review Students will be introduced to tips and suggestions to prepare for test-taking success with helpful strategies and information on what to expect and how to prepare for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE). The students will complete six printed mock exams and 10 online practice exams (5 non-timed and 5 timed) featuring the same format and content emphasis as the national exam by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB). This course covers methods used to recognize important areas for study and identify weaknesses prior to sitting for the national exam and covers content related to the exam such as the top 200 most prescribed pharmaceuticals, the top 50 herbals, abbreviations, and sound-alike drugs. Pharmaceutical math is also reviewed. Prerequisites AH1010, PTN110, AH1115, PTN120, PTN140, PTN160 Credits 4 PTN 220 Externship Students will learn the strategies and skills in preparation for seeking employment in the field of study. This course will also allow the student to apply what they have learned in the program curriculum to practical use in a healthcare facility under the supervision of a preceptor on the site. Through the externship experience, the students gain first-hand knowledge of the workplace and perform the assigned duties to meet the expectations in a professional setting. Students are expected to adapt to the work environment and reflect regularly on their learning and observations. (This externship is physical and unpaid 180 hours.) Prerequisites: PTN210. Credits 6 POL 270 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT Students study the core fundamentals of government the constitution and governmental, political, social, and economic structures. Focus is given to the processes that are at the core of American governmental institutions as well as governmental policy and analysis. 5 Credits. Prerequisite: None HIST415 American Government: U.S. Government provides an overview of the principles, structure, and processes that shape American democracy and the federal system. Students will describe the unique development of the American political system, identify the key players in the political process, and explore the interaction between different government institutions. Using case studies and current events, students will examine the dynamic and evolving relationship between citizens and the U.S. government. Course topics include the branches of government, the Constitution, civil liberties, basic political theory, political parties, and policy making. Students will investigate the United States role in world affairs and the influence of globalization on foreign and domestic policy. Prerequisites None. Credits 5 Page 13 of 49

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15 include fundamental concepts of algebra, equations and inequalities, functions and graphs, and systems of equations; optional topics include sequences, series, and probability or analytic geometry. Pre-requisite None. Credits 5 POL 205 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Introduction to International Relations provides an introduction to the elements of international relations and contemporary international affairs. Focusing on international actors search for security, this course study the nation-state system, theories of international relations, the causes and types of conflict, diplomacy, foreign policy, international political economy, and human security issues. An emphasis is placed on the connection between intra- and inter-national politics and covers both historical and current topics as they are relevant to understanding how nations interact. Pre-requisite None. Credits 5 PSY 101 INTRODUCTIONTO PSYCHOLOGY Introduction to Psychology explores the major perspectives, principles, theories, and methods that govern the study of mental processes and behaviors. You will trace psychology s historical roots, scientific basis, and major perspectives. In addition, you will consider contemporary and historical theories of how biological, cognitive, and environmental factors underlie and influence human development, sensation and perception, consciousness, intelligence, and social dynamics. This course also will introduce you to the theories and processes essential to learning, memory, motivation, and personality. Additionally, you will identify psychological disorders and their treatments, and discuss application of psychological principles to everyday experiences and real-life examples. Pre-requisite None. Credits 5 SCI 201 INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY Biology is an introductory course in which students examine the dual nature of the biological world its unity and diversity. Students will explore both the unifying principles that underlie all life on Earth and the enormous diversity of biological structures produced as a consequence of evolution. The course introduces students to fundamental concepts concerning the molecular basis of life, cell structure and energetics, the genetic transmission of information, natural selection and adaptation, population biology, and ecology. The course provides students with the basic understanding of biological principles necessary to allow them to see their world in a new way, making connections between aspects of their own lives and the biological basis of life. Pre-requisite None. Credits 5 SCI 202 Introduction to Environmental Science Environmental Science is an introductory course in which students examine current issues relating to the environment. Students learn basic concepts of ecosystem structure and processes, including the role of energy in natural systems and how patterns of evolutionary shifts, ecological succession, and biogeochemical cycling represent natural change in ecosystems. From this base, students identify the causes of adverse environmental change, both natural and humaninduced, and critically examine methods for dealing with these changes. Students investigate global warming; ozone destruction; threats to biodiversity; natural resource management and mismanagement; and conventional and alternative energy use. Environmental sustainability as a societal goal is a strong theme tying the course units together. Pre-requisite None. Credits 5 SCI 210 Introduction to Ecology This introductory science course provides a broad background in the basic principles of ecology, with emphasis on how human and natural systems interact on earth. Topics include scientific principles and concepts, ecosystems, evolution, biodiversity and sustaining biodiversity. This course also examines the impact humans have on various ecosystems. Sustainability as a societal goal is a strong theme tying the course together. Pre-requisite None. Credits 5 SOC 210 MARRIAGE AND FAMILY This course examines marriage and the family in the United States with some cross-cultural comparison. It focuses on gender roles, trends in relationships, how relationships are formed, and Page 15 of 49

16 challenges in relationships (e.g., children, abuse, stress, divorce). Relationships explored in the course include marriage, casual relationships, same-sex relationships, parenting, remarriage, and relationships later in life. Through this course, you will learn how to apply sociological concepts and knowledge to real-world relationship issues. Pre-requisite None. Credit 5 SPH 205 SPEECH COMMUMICATION Effective Communication provides students with a foundational knowledge of interpersonal communication, group communication, and public speaking. These foundational skills are essential good communication skills are continuously ranked by employers as one of the most valued competencies for any employee. This comprehensive introduction to communication skills, therefore, will increase a student s ability to get (and keep) a job. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to describe the methods and processes of interpersonal communication, group communication, and public speaking, as well as the theories and reasons behind them. Different types of communication will be examined to determine how they vary by gender, culture, setting, and type of relationship. People s perceptions often alter how they read and respond to both verbal and nonverbal communication. Students will analyze these perceptions and explain methods for improving communication skills. In addition, the course assignments will allow students to gain valuable experience in group communication and public speaking. Pre-requisite ENG 101. Credits 5 BA1020 Project Management This course examines project management roles and environments, the project life cycle and various techniques of work planning, and control and evaluation to achieve project objectives. The tools currently available to project managers are discussed throughout this course. Prerequisite None. Credits 4 BA1020 Project Management This course examines project management roles and environments, the project life cycle and various techniques of work planning, and control and evaluation to achieve project objectives. The tools currently available to project managers are discussed throughout this course. Prerequisite None. Credits 4 BA2110 Principles of Management This course introduces the environment of American management with an overview of various topics that serve as a foundation for the further study of management. Topics include the environments that businesses operate in; the organizational structures of businesses; management functions in enterprises; and the challenges of managing marketing, operations, information technology, finance, and human resources. Pre-requisite None. Credits 4 BA2170 Developing and Managing Teams This course introduces the environment of American management with an overview of various topics that serve as a foundation for the further study of management. Topics include the environments that businesses operate in; the organizational structures of businesses; management functions in enterprises; and the challenges of managing marketing, operations, information technology, finance, and human resources. Pre-requisite BA2110. Credits 4 IT Management Information Systems The integration of information system concepts into the management decision-making process. Case studies deployment of information systems in single and multi-user computer systems to provide essential tools for competitive business strategies. Prerequisites None. Credits 3 IT2600 Database Management Instruction in MS-Access, covering database applications in business to store and access information. Emphasis on accuracy, speed and efficient use of database production application software, and managing a database system. Lab projects and assignments project-based applications creating a database, adding, changing and deleting data, sorting data, retrieving data and creating forms and reports using the data in a database; database design to reduce redundancy, providing mechanisms for adding, changing and deleting data, design of complex queries, production of useful forms for viewing and updating data, creation of sophisticated reports Page 16 of 49

17 for presenting data; introduction to MS Office Suite software integration features. Pre-requisite None. Credits 4 IT 2100 ROUTING TECHNOLOGIES AND WAN ADMINISTRATION This course provides knowledge of Routing and WAN devices, standards, and technologies with an emphasis on the function and role of the router. Students will become familiar with the router components, user interface, configuration modes, protocols and commands necessary to implement a midsize wide area network. Prerequisite: IT1120. Credits 3 IT2300 Computer Forensics Procedures and Response This course exposes students to the Computer Investigation Process of collection evidence, examining the evidence and the process for first responder procedures. They will also be exposed to investigative reports and the best practices used. Pre-requisite None. Credits 3 IT2500 Ethical Hacking This course provides an in-depth understanding of how to effectively protect computer networks. Students will learn the tools and penetration testing methodologies used by ethical hackers. Students will also be taught the different types of hacker attacks. Pre-requisite None. Credits 3 IT2201 Programming II Understanding programming concepts, flow charts, and pseudo-code in the preparation of computer programs using programming language. Pre-requisite IT Credits 4 IT2250 Web Design I Instruction in advanced Internet use; introduction to the tools necessary to develop an effective web site. Includes a comprehensive browser comparison, an overview of web design terminology, a review of design ideas that make web sites effective, attractive, and useful, and an introduction to HTML. Hands on experience capturing and using images; developing a simple web site using a basic web authoring tool. Prerequisite None. Credits 4 IT2255 Web Design II Study of advanced techniques for creating an enhanced, dynamic web site. Hands on experience using advanced HTML, DHTML, image files, animation techniques and current web development software. Pre-requisite IT2250. Credits 4 IT2410 Healthcare Information Systems Types of health care facilities and services are explored, including public health services, types of healthcare professionals (clinical and administrative), educational preparation, roles and functions. Pre-requisite None. Credits 5 BA1010 Introduction to Business This course will expose the student to the legal environment in which business is conducted, including examples of business industries, legal forms of business, stakeholders of a business, and the impact of the legal environment upon a business. Students will also be introduced to risk factors that impact a business and the role of corporate governance in business. Prerequisite None Credits 4. IT 2100 ROUTING TECHNOLOGIES AND WAN ADMINISTRATION This course provides knowledge of WAN devices, standards, and technologies with an emphasis on the function and role of the router. Students will become familiar with the router components, user interface, configuration modes, protocols and commands necessary to implement a midsize wide area network. Prerequisite: IT1120. Credits 3 AC1010 Fundamentals of Accounting This course addresses fundamental accounting concepts and procedures. Basic accounting terminology including revenue, expenses, net income, the accounting equation, debits, credits, and balancing are also discussed. Students are introduced to the accounting cycle through use of journals, ledgers and trial balance. General business transactions and record maintenance are also included. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 BA1100 Professional Development This course is designed to help students become effective and successful learners in a college environment. Students learn to identify and apply Page 17 of 49

18 effective learning strategies and to manage their student life along with other responsibilities. They are exposed to the use of computer technology for locating relevant information and generating coursework documents. Prerequisite None. Credits 4 BA1030 Principles of Finance This course integrates the principles of financial and managerial accounting to prepare students to use accounting for assessing and managing the health of an organization. Topics include balance sheets, income statements, statement of cash, financial statement analysis, and internal analysis techniques. Prerequisites MTH101. Credits 4 BA2010 Marketing Principles and Applications This course provides a practical approach to Marketing and applications of marketing in organizations and in the marketplace. Topics include marketing technology and the Internet, global marketing, ethics, and customer service. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 BA2050 Business Law This course emphasizes public law, regulation of business, ethical considerations, and various relationships which exist within society, government, and business. Specific attention will be devoted to cyber law issues regarding online transactions as well as traditional legal areas such as privacy rights and copyrights. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 BA4465 Leadership In his course, students focus on human motivation and leadership skills required to effectively manage groups and individuals. Topics include motivation principles, leadership styles, workplace stress and conflict, and the dynamics of group interaction. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 AC1035 Financial Accounting III Corporate organization, investments, and shareholder equity; stock and bond investments; income determination; analysis of corporate financial statements; intro to consolidated financial statements. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 AC1060 Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable Provides information needed to work as an accounts receivable or accounts payable technician. Valuable tips, techniques, illustrative real-world examples and case studies are used to provide a framework for understanding the accounts receivable and accounts payable processes. Practical application is included using the QuickBooks and Peachtree software. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 AC1070 Accounting Cycle Students will learn the accounting cycle by handling simulated source data, manually recording it to the appropriate special journal, posting it to the sub-ledger and general ledger. They will learn terminology and best practices related to accounts receivable and accounts payable. Students will prepare and record payroll, including calculations of taxes, various fringe benefits, payroll tax reports, and journal entries. Inventory procedures, counts, valuations and adjustments will also be covered in this course. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 AC2110 Accounting Information Systems In this course, students will develop financial reports using electronic spreadsheets. They will become proficient in utilizing the features of electronic spreadsheets required by the accounting profession. This course will expose students to a database program and various accounting applications. The students will also learn to efficiently research technical information using the Internet. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 AC3200 Accounting for Managers Accounting should not feel like a foreign language to business students. This course will provide information for those students that are new to the world of finance, and do not have a working knowledge of the language of finance. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 AC4324 Federal Tax Accounting II Procedures and administration of tax principles governing formation and operation of corporations, partnerships, and sub-chapter S Corporations; partnership and corporate tax planning; tax implications. Page 18 of 49

19 Perquisites AC1050. Credits 4 AC4350 Principles of Auditing External, internal, and public-sector auditing; auditors theory, standards and ethics; responsibilities and legal liabilities, internal control and EDP; statistical sampling for attributes and variables; audit-transaction cycles and account balances; reporting and audit research. Perquisites AC4324. Credits 4 AC4353 Advanced Auditing Statistical sampling and evidence gathering, internal controls, and audit programs for government, non-profit and regulated industries. Perquisites AC Credits 4 AC4355 Cost Accounting I Accounting principles and procedures pertaining to cost accounting and management information. Costs of products and services; accounting for production costs; materials, labor and related costs; specialized production environments; process cost, joint production, waste and scrap. Perquisites AC1030. Credits 4 AC4356 Cost Accounting II Continuation of AC4355. Planning and control of activities; standard costs for materials, labor and production overhead; performance measurement and investigation; variables costing, transfer pricing; decision support processes; concepts for designing cost systems. Prerequisites AC Credits 4 BA3255 Macroeconomics This course focuses upon the theory and application of macroeconomic concepts. Topics include gross domestic product (GNP), fiscal and monetary policy, aggregate supply and demand, consumer price index, and international trade. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 BA3257 Microeconomics This course focuses upon the theory and application of microeconomic concepts. Topics include market forces of supply and demand, consumers and producers market efficiency, public goods and common resources, tax systems, costs of production, competitive markets, monopolistic competition, and distribution of income. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 BA3365 Legal Environment of Business Legal principles that affect daily lives of workers, consumers, and citizens; overview of torts, agreements, consideration, capacity, fraud, employment, business forms, corporations, consumer law, and environmental law. Perquisites BA2050. Credits 4 BA4306 Marketing Research and Management This course provides a practical approach to Marketing and applications of marketing in organizations and in the marketplace. Topics include marketing technology and the Internet, global marketing, ethics, and customer service. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 BA4435 Strategic Management and Decision Making This course examines the application and execution of strategy and why it is a critical element in the success or failure of business in a global environment. The study and application of the methodologies supporting the development, implementation, and formulation of business strategy is examined. Emphasis is placed on a business s internal and external environments. Prerequisites BA1010. Credits 4 BA4990 Capstone Project This course allows students to apply concepts, techniques, and skills learned in their program of study to practice by completing a comprehensive simulated project. Individual and group interactive projects are included in coursework. Pre-requisites: All core program courses. Credits 4 HRM150 Employment Law This course addresses the applicable federal and state laws, the different forums (federal court, state courts, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and state Commissions on Human Rights and Opportunities), and prevention of claims through the diversity training, a system of Page 19 of 49

20 reporting/handling disputes, and the proper employer response. This course surveys applicable federal, state, and local laws regulating the employer-employee relationship and the dynamics of the contemporary workplace, plus different legal forums and regulatory mechanisms impacting US employment law. This course will address substantive laws as well as the prevention of claims and management of legal risk in the context of business drivers and operational and economic realities of today's workplace. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 HRM COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS The emphasis of this course is on the managerial level concepts and practices of compensation and benefits administration with emphasis on current theories of compensation and benefits trends, cost, value and systems. Prerequisites None. Credits 4 HRM 205 Training and Development This course presents an overview of the issues, processes, practices, and policies involved in staffing organizations including issues related to strategy, legal, HR planning, job analysis, recruitment, statistical analysis, and selection methodologies. Prerequisite: HRM125. Credits 4 HRM225 HR Information Systems This course provides a basic overview of various automated information systems that are available to support today s Human Resource Professional. The course will increase the student s ability and awareness to utilize systems such as RESUMIX, Peoplesoft, Modern Systems and other automated processes. The course also explores other methods to increase recruiting, simplify interviews and permit easier employee or prospect access to an organization s human resource offices. The course also focuses on systems security and individual privacy as well as legal implications to users and organizations. Prerequisite: HRM205.Credits 4 HRM 295 Strategic HR Management Strategic human resource management offers a framework for general managers to implement best HR practices in their organizations. The focus is on implementing long term programs that either adds demonstrable value, or programs which effectively manage risks to the organization. Emphasis will be placed on utilizing HR metrics to measure outcomes. Prerequisite HRM 225. Credits 4 PLA410 Labor Relations This course focuses on history of the American labor movement, wage policy, productivity, collective bargaining, labor mobility, and government regulations of management and unions are explored. Prerequisite None. Credits 4 PLA430 Alternative Dispute Resolution This course introduces students to administrative agencies that impact their lives and the laws that govern them. It also provides a foundation in ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) by comparing it to traditional dispute resolution and examining its advantages and disadvantages. ADR is applied in the context of administrative law in this course. Prerequisite None. Credits 4 PUB 130 PUBLIC POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION American Public Policy introduces students to the most important public policies in American political life. Students learn how policies work and about alternatives to existing policies, as well as the major political controversies surrounding them. The course will be conducted primarily as a lecture course. Questions, however, are encouraged at all times. At the beginning of each class, there will be opportunity to discuss policy questions in the recent news or to update information on policy issues already discussed earlier in the semester. Prerequisite NONE. Credits 4 PUB 180 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION This course is an introduction to the study and practice of public administration. It covers all the basic elements of the field, ranging from reform movements in the early 20 th century to the second Obama administration. The syllabus is divided into eleven sessions, assuming one class meeting a week, but these sessions might be divided in different ways depending on the Page 20 of 49

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